2 edition of Proceedings of a Workshop on Biotechnology Applications to Livestock Health and Production found in the catalog.
Proceedings of a Workshop on Biotechnology Applications to Livestock Health and Production
Workshop on Biotechnology Applications to Livestock Health and Production (1995 Harare, Zimbabwe)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Biotechnology applications to livestock health and production :|
|Statement||a workshop organised by the Zimbabwe Biotechnology Advisory Committee (ZIMBAC) with financial support from the Netherlands Governmental Directorate General, International Cooperation"s Biotechnology Special Programme ; produced by R. Chikwamba ; edited by U. Ushewokunze-Obatolu ; documented by E. Shumbayaonda.|
|Contributions||Chikwamba, R., Ushewokunze-Obatolu, U., Shumbayaonda, E., Zimbabwe Biotechnology Advisory Committee., Special Programme Biotechnology and Development Cooperation (Netherlands)|
|LC Classifications||SF140.B54 W67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||96980951|
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This book is an attempt to unravel the mysteries of biotechnology as it affects animal health and production." Enter your mobile number or email address Cited by: 1. A technical item on the ‘Application of Genetic Engineering for Livestock and Biotechnology Products’ was presented and analysed at the 73rd General Session of the OIE in Maybased on the precept that modern agricultural biotechnology applied to animal health and.
the genetic make-up of livestock. After giving a general overview of biotechnology and animal production, this technical theme focuses on the three areas of biotechnology contributing to genetic improvement of livestock, i.e.
reproductive biotechnology, livestock genomics. improved. The use of biotechnology will lead to a distinct shift in the economic returns from livestock. Livestock production currently accounts for about 43% of the gross value of agricultural production.
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This book provides a compilation of peer-reviewed scientific contributions from authoritative researchers attending an international symposium convened by the Animal Production and Health Sub-programme of the Animal Production and Health.
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The rapidly increasing demand for livestock products, known as the "Livestock Revolution", has created opportunities for improving the welfare of at least some of the nearly one. Animal biotechnology: applications and economic implications in developing countries M.L.
Madan Livestock Production Systems, sector 6, Urban Estate Karnal, Haryana,India Summary In most developing countries, biotechnological applications relating to livestock need to be suitable for animal owners who are resource-poor small-scale.
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Proceedings of International Seminar on Livestock Production and Veterinary Technology International Seminar on Livestock Production and Veterinary Technology ”Smart Livestock Management to Support Breeding Stock Availability Toward Modern Agriculture”. means including biotechnology.
Biotechnology is defined as a set of tools that uses living organisms (or parts of organisms) to make or modify a product, improve plants, trees or animals, or develop microorganisms for specific uses. Agricultural biotechnology is the term used in crop and livestock improvement through biotechnology tools.
This. Livestock is becoming increasingly important to economic growth in developing countries and the application of biotechnology is largely dictated by commercial considerations and socio-economic goals. BIOTECHNOLOGY – Vol. II - Molecular Biotechnology: Applications in Livestock Systems - Ala E.
Lew-Tabor ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) be elucidated at the genetic level. Some ARTs applied to livestock to develop genetically valuable stock are: 1.
Artificial insemination. AI is the first method developed and underpins theFile Size: KB. Biotechnology in animal production in developing countries has been applied only in a few areas such as conservation, animal improvement, healthcare and augmentation of feed resources.
Adopting biotechnology has benefitted by in animal improvement and economic returns to the livestock entrepreneurs and small producers.
VI. Biotechnology and Animal Health. This subject is somewhat outside the scope of this paper, although its significance relative to livestock production is of immense importance.
The implication of man's steadily increasing knowledge concerning molecular biology is of the greatest importance in the field of veterinary by: 3. This book examines how biotechnology can improve livestock breeding and farming, and thereby also animal products.
In the first chapters the reader will discover which techniques and approaches are currently used to improve animal breeding, animal health and the value of animal products.In this article we will discuss about the role of biotechnology in livestock production.
Biotechnology will improve the life of every and allow more sustainable living. The use of biotechnology will lead to a distinct shift in the economic returns from livestock. Livestock is becoming increasingly important in the growth of agriculture in developing economies.
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